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The Virgin Conception of Christ

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

“Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel” 324 more words

God: The Father, The Son Jesus Christ, & The Holy Ghost

Textual Transmission

An illustration

On July 4, 1862 a boat ride up the Isis produced a tale that was later written down, and then, over the course of two years, and was eventually presented on 26 November 1864 as a handwritten, illustrated manuscript from the author to the listener entitled ‘Alice’s Adventures Underground’. 978 more words

Textual Criticism

Where the still world sleeps on its cruxes: the text of the sonnet in Dorothy L. Sayers' Gaudy Night

Last weekend we had to wrestle with a textual crux in one of the texts which will be read at our wedding. Not the Bible readings.  1,769 more words

John 7:53-8:11 - Preachable, but Authentic?

The saying of Jesus, “let he who is without sin cast the first stone” is an commonly quoted text encouraging grace and forgiveness, even a kind of inclusiveness in the church.  682 more words


The Divide and [Try Really, Really, Really Hard to] Conquer Attack on Scripture

Scripture is a unit, a whole made up of parts that are inseparably related to one another. And this is precisely where the unbeliever attempts to undermine the Scriptures. 1,472 more words


Textual Criticism of the Quran

Arthur Jeffery is often the source of textual criticism of the Qur’an which alleges that the Quran is not preserved and complete in its present version. 596 more words

Textual Criticism of New Testament

“After the loss of the original gospel, no successful effort appears to have been made in the two thousand years of Christianity to compile a historical overview of Jesus. 629 more words